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  1. Among Nambe's earliest and most beloved designs, the Butterfly bowl was unveiled shortly after the birth of the company in the early 1950s, the creation of New Mexico sculptor Richard K. Thomas. This gloriously curved vessel is simple and joyful, its elongated sides gracefully reaching upward like wings aloft. In contrast to its namesake, however, this Butterfly is solid, weighty, and unexpectedly practical. The Nambe metal from which it is made is excellent at retaining temperatures at either extreme and is perfectly suitable for use with food. It adds elegance to pasta served family-style and is your secret to consistently crisp salads. Or simply use it to display what you want close at hand; the lustrous interior reflects the colors and shapes of its contents, accentuating the beauty of whatever lies within.

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  2. Nambe's Square Platter, a Richard K. Thomas design, in 1956 became the first Nambe piece recognized by New York's Museum of Modern Art and is now in its permanent collection. Even more impressive: you can cook a steak on it. Made with Nambe's unique, signature metal alloy, this tray can withstand extreme heat, on top of the stove or in the oven. It retains the heat, too, making it an excellent platter for serving sizzling fajitas, spanakopita, or myriad other entrees and finger foods. It's equally useful chilled; just place it in the freezer until you're ready to serve. Try it for chilled shrimp or melon skewers. It's an undeniable combination of pedigree and utility.

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  3. Uplifting and sensuous, the Tri-Corner Bowl is irresistible to hold. The ample curvature of the bowl culminates in three gentle rim points, while the subtle base creates a sense of perfect balance. Designed in 1967 by Richard K. Thomas, the New Mexico sculptor who also designed Nambe's iconic Butterfly bowl, this classic continues to enchant as both a work of art and serving piece. The gleaming metal won't tarnish even when placed in an oven or freezer, after which it retains its temperature for long periods of time to keep pasta hot or fruit salad chilled.

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  4. Inspired by the doodles of artist-cartoonist-filmmaker-musician Richard McGuire, Puzzlehead is both a brain teaser and construction toy.

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  5. A striking geometry defines these shapely metal candlesticks. Each is formed of three softly planed sides that curve and flare into a subtle three-pointed crown. Along with the Tri-Corner bowl, also an early Nambe design by renowned New Mexico sculptor Richard K. Thomas, the matching candlesticks are functional works of handcrafted art, polished to a mirror gleam. They look spectacular, whether on a table or fireplace, with as tall a taper as you desire.

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    $135.00
  6. Inspired by the doodles of artist-cartoonist-filmmaker-musician Richard McGuire, Puzzlehead is both a brain teaser and construction toy.

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  7. Richard Hutten is classified among the most internationally successful designers of the Netherlands, and for that reason his name is often associated with the concept of Dutch Design. Richard Hutten: “I’m very keen on objects that are not limited to one function. The inverse is a mirror/clock hybrid that has more to it than meets the eye. The clock face is formed by the see-through shape in the mirror, which also creates a window that reveals the hands. By turning the dial, the 12 position of the clock can be changed. A clever feature that gives you the possiblity to hang the clock horizontally or vertically or make it lean casually against the wall. The warmth of solid oak stands in contrast to the cold appearance of the mirror, making this object suitable for any space.”

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    $995.00
  8. The Blip group is a round-cornered cousin to the Woody group with a contemporary profile, made possible by Lights Up's in-house shade production in Brooklyn. The name is an homage to the late Richard Artschwager, one of our favorite artists.

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